Hundreds of Amazon employees stop working over disputed pay rise

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Hundreds of Amazon workers at the company’s Tilbury site in Essex stopped working and gathered in the canteen over a pay dispute on Thursday. Amazon reportedly offered its employees a 35p pay rise, which was rejected. More than 700 employees have gathered in the canteen, according to a regional organiser for GMB union. Employees are calling for a £2-an-hour raise. Some employees have faced disciplinary measures for the protest.

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